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BMVI awards €80m to Fraunhofer to reduce the production costs of hydrogen fuel cells

BMVI awards €80m to Fraunhofer to reduce the production costs of hydrogen fuel cells

The German Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI) has awarded Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft €80m ($93m) to support the hydrogen fuel cell industry with its National Action Plan.

Fraunhofer’s National Action Plan is looking to develop technological solutions that could help unlock substantial reductions in the costs of producing hydrogen fuel cells.

Read more: Fraunhofer researching technologies for at-home hydrogen production

If achieved, this could support the market to keep up with the demand for hydrogen mobility and thus accelerate the adoption of fuel cell vehicles in the future.

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